EduMUST Team


Ain Shams University – ASU

Tamer Elnady

Tamer Elnady, B.Sc. (1997) and M.Sc. (2000) from Ain Shams University in Mechanical Engineering, and a Ph.D. (2004) in Technical Acoustics from the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Stockholm, Sweden. Currently working as a Professor of Acoustics at the Faculty of Engineering, Ain Shams University. He is the Head of ASU Sound & Vibration Laboratory at Ain Shams University, Vice Dean for Education and Student Affairs, and President of the Acoustical Society of Egypt. He has participated in more than 40 international and national research and educational projects funded by different funding agencies, in the field of education, sound and vibration and virtual reality. A member of the council of advisors for Egyptian President for Education and Scientific Research. Worked for two years at the Ministry of Education responsible for the Exploratory Centers for Science and Technology. He is an expert in Duct Acoustics, one of the developers of SIDLAB Software for the simulation of sound propagation in duct systems. Working as a consultant for several companies in Europe, USA, Egypt and Gulf in the field of Muffler Design, Noise Control, and Environmental Acoustics modelling.

Adel Elsabbagh

Dr. Adel Elsabbagh received his B.Sc. and M.Sc. from Ain Shams University. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Maryland, College Park. He is currently a Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Ain Shams University.

His research interests are in Mechanical Vibrations, Wind Energy, Design of Wind Turbines, Topology Optimization, e-Laboratories, Virtual Reality.

Sherif El-Nabarawy

He obtained his BSc. Degree in Software Engineering from the Faculty of Computers and Information. He was involved in several projects in the fields of engineering and education with many Egyptian & European organizations and universities, which developed his extensive experience in variety of things from programming technical engineering applications with a wide range of technologies, to managing efficiently different software projects.

He has a record of successful achievements along with his team in the VR and 3D scanning technologies, one of them was the participation in the international scanning mission “ScanPyramids” that discovered the big void corridor inside the Pyramid of Khufu, which has been acknowledged in a paper published the scientific journal “Nature”.

Abanob S. Fawzy

Abanob S. Fawzy was born and raised in Cairo, in 2011 he got his bachelor’s Degree in information technology and for 4 years he specialized in 3D data , driven by passion towards technology he worked and developed 3D photo-realistic Models that were implemented in research projects to Aid for high education quality such as VirCult,Edu-must and PIP

Ehab Naguib

Ehab Naguib is a Virtual Reality Developer at CVS3, Faculty of Engineering, Ain Shams University. For 3 years, Ehab applied knowledge of computer graphics, 3D scanning and game development in developing interactive simulations, cultural heritage preservation, and 3D content analysis. He participated in projects such as Scan Pyramids, Edu-Must, VirCult, PIP. Ehab was born and raised in Cairo, Egypt. Graduated in 2016 from Faculty of Engineering, Ain Shams University with a bachelor’s degree in computer engineering, after which he specialized in the VR track.

Nermin Shawkat

Nermin Shawkat is a game developer, has 5 years experience in game development making games for mobile and web platforms and using AR&VR technologies. she graduated from the faculty of engineering, Ain Shams University, Computer and systems department in 2013. Took a diploma in game development from Information Technology Institute in 2015.

Mai Mostafa

Mai Mostafa is a VR developer, who works for CVS3, Faculty of engineering, Ain Shams University. For 2 years, Mai applied her knowledge of VR data acquisition, 360° panoramic photography and game development in the creation of interactive 3D photo-realistic models, virtual reality environments and 360° virtual tours.

Mai was born and raised in Cairo, Egypt. In 2017, Mai graduated from Faculty of Engineering, Ain Shams University with a bachelor’s degree in computer and systems engineering.

Haitham Ahmed

Mohamed Gamal

Alexandria University

Dina Ezz El-Din

Associate Professor Dina Ezz El-Din holds a PhD (Philosophy Doctor) degree in Egyptology from the Faculty of Tourism and Hotels-Alexandria University, Egypt. She acted as head for the tourist guiding department for three years (2016-2019). Dina acquired a wealth of experience in the teaching and lecturing field to both undergraduate and postgraduate students through giving courses of Egyptology, museum studies and cultural heritage.

She has publications in national and international journals on topics related to Egyptology, cultural heritage and Museology. She also gave a number of lectures in the Faculty of Arts, Porto University, Portugal in 2017.

She has been certified by the International Board of Certified Trainers (IBCT), and is a trainer in the field of soft skills training programs. She is also certified as a trainer in the field of Entrepreneurship by the ILO International Labor Organization.

Dina has participated in a number of training courses and capacity building programs on museum studies, cultural heritage and ancient Egyptian archaeology.

Reham El-Shiwy

Reham El-Shiwy works as a lecturer at the Department of Tourist Guidance at the Faculty of Tourism and Hotels, Alexandria University, Egypt.

She graduated in 1998 and was employed as a faculty staff member in the Faculty of Tourism and Hotels in 1999.

Since then, she has been focusing on Ancient Egyptian history, culture and archaeology.

In 2006 she completed her study about one of the ancient Egyptian religious rituals and earned the Master Science Degree in Tourist Guidance.

Her PhD Thesis discussed the monuments of royal wives in the Old Kingdom of the Ancient Egyptian history.

Since 2015 she has been working as a lecturer of Egyptology in the Tourist Guiding Department, and teaches Ancient Egyptian history, culture and archaeology.

Her research interests are in the areas of Egyptology, heritage and museum studies.

Manar Masoud

Manar Masoud works as a lecturer at the Tourist Guiding Department, Faculty of Tourism and Hotels, Alexandria University. She graduated in 2000 and was employed as a faculty staff member in the Faculty of Tourism and Hotels in 2001. She completed her Master studies in Islamic Architecture in 2010, and her PHD thesis in Islamic Art in 2018.

Since 2018 she has been working as a lecturer of Islamic archaeology in the Tourist Guiding Department, and teaches Islamic history, architecture and art.

She interests in heritage and museum studies as she completed practical training in museum studies. She participated in the organizations of some conferences held by the Faculty of tourism and Hotels and attended number of seminars and workshops concerning Quality Assurance issues.

Sara Mostafa

Sara Mostafa Hassan Ragab works as a Lecturer at the Department of Tourist Guiding at the Faculty of Tourism and Hotels, Alexandria University, Egypt.

She graduated in 2005 and was employed as a faculty stuff member in 2006. Since then, she has been focusing on Modern and Contemporary History, Culture and Archaeology of Egypt. She earned the Master Science Degree in Tourist Guiding in 2013.

Her PhD Thesis discussed the Cultural Heritage of Egypt through Egyptian Postal Stamps. She begins working as Lecturer in 2019. She is interested in museum studies and Heritage education for children.

Heba Mahmoud Saad Abdelnaby

Professor Dr. Heba M. Saad Abdelnaby is a professor of Islamic Archaeology at the Tourist Guiding Department at the Faculty of Tourism and Hotels, Alexandria University. Professor Heba Abdelnaby was also the former vice dean for graduate studies and research (from 2015 to 2018), head of Tourist Guiding Department (fom 2012 to 2015) and director of Quality assurance Unit (from 2010 to 2012).

Professor Heba Abdelnaby received a post-doctoral grant from Fulbright Commission for lecturing and research for the academic year 2007-2008. During that year she conducted a research and acted as visiting lecturer at Mary Baldwin University, VA, USA. She also received a fellowship from George Washington University in 2017 in the field of Museum Studies.

Professor Heba Abdelnaby participated in many research projects and has conducted internationally acclaimed research in the fields of Islamic art, Islamic architecture and Islamic civilization. She has authored over 30 scientific publications and supervised 20 Masters students and 6 doctoral students. She also participated in many international and national conferences and was invited as keynote speaker in many conferences and in international scientific events at Philipps University in Germany and at the Library of Congress. Professor Heba is also a trainer at FLDC as she is certified by The International Board of Certified Trainers (IBCT). She is a member of Arab Archaeologist Association, Arab World Historians Union, Historians of Islamic Art Association and she is a reviewer in many scientific journals.

Heba Magdy

Dr. Heba magdy is an associate professor at the Guiding department, Faculty of Tourism & Hotels, Alexandria University. She obtained her Phd from Alexandria University in association with the university of Palermo, Italy. Her main specialization is Graeco-Roman archeology and civilization in ancient Egypt.

Moreover, she teaches subjects related to the heritage and Tour Guiding. She has authored many scientific publications and supervised number of master and doctoral students. She has been trained in the field of Museum Studies in Ecole de Louvre, Paris – the University of Xanthi, Greece and the French University in Cairo.

She is the head of the quality assurance unite in the Faculty of Tourism & Hotels, member of the international association of Egyptologists (IAE), and member of the General Union of Arab archeologists.

CNRS- Centre d’Études Alexandrines

Marie-Dominique Nenna

Director of the Centre d’Études Alexandrines (USR 3134) in Alexandria. Educated in Paris (École Normale Supérieure and Paris IV Sorbonne University). She is Agrégée de Lettres Classiques and ancient Member and Librarian of the French School of Archaeology at Athens (1987-1994). PhD (1992) and accreditation to supervise PHD research (2002) both at Paris IV Sorbonne University. Between 1994-2015, full-time researcher at the CNRS in Research Laboratory HiSoMA, Maison de l’Orient et de la Méditerranée, Lyons. Silver Medal of the CNRS in 2018. Invited Professor at Alexandria University since 2019.

During Edu-Must Program, participation to the management committees and to the elaboration of the database of objects from the Educational Alexandria University Faculty of Arts Museum (selection of the objects, selection of the authors of the description sheets, revising and translating in English the sheets, creation of descriptive sheets, entering sheets and 2D photos in the database).

http://www.cealex.org/sitecealex/navigation/FENETR_NAVcealex_F.htm
Fanny Alliaud

Secretary General of the Centre d’Études Alexandrines (USR 3134) in Alexandria

During Edu-Must Program, management of the participation of the members of the Centre d’Etudes Alexandrines and of the program.

http://www.cealex.org/sitecealex/navigation/FENETR_NAVcealex_F.htm
Kathrin Machinek

Research Engineer of the Centre d’Études Alexandrines (USR 3134) in Alexandria. PhD in 2014. Architect-archaeologist, specialist in Medieval and Ottoman Archaeology and Architecture.

During Edu-Must Program, participation to the elaboration of the database of the selection of objects from the Educational Alexandria University Faculty of Arts Museum.

http://www.cealex.org/sitecealex/navigation/FENETR_NAVcealex_F.htm
Aude Simony

Research Engineer of the Centre d’Études Alexandrines (USR 3134 of CNRS) in Alexandria. PhD in 2016. Archaeologist-Ceramologist. Specialist in Greek and Roman pottery.

During Edu-Must Program, participation to the elaboration of the database of the selection of objects from the Educational Alexandria University Faculty of Arts Museum.

http://www.cealex.org/sitecealex/navigation/FENETR_NAVcealex_F.htm
Philippe Soubias

CNRS Assistant-Engineer. Photographer of the Centre d’Études Alexandrines (USR 3134 of CNRS).

During Edu-Must Program, participation at the training for 3D in Soton University and photographic documentation of the selection of objects from the Educational Alexandria University Faculty of Arts Museum.

http://www.cealex.org/sitecealex/navigation/FENETR_NAVcealex_F.htm
Julien Auber de Lapierre

PostDoc. École Pratique des Hautes Études, Paris. Specialist of Coptic Icons in Ottoman Egypt - Byzantine and Islamic Wooden Objects in Egypt.

During Edu-Must Program, participation to the elaboration of the database of the selection of objects from the Educational Alexandria University Faculty of Arts Museum.

https://ephe.academia.edu/JulienAUBERdeLAPIERRE
Frédéric Bauden

Since 2001, Frédéric Bauden has been head of the Arabic Language Department, Islamic Studies and History of Muslim Art at the University of Liège. Responsible for teaching various subjects ranging from language and literature to religion, from history to the history of art.

During Edu-Must Program, participation to the elaboration of the database of the selection of objects from the Educational Alexandria University Faculty of Arts Museum.

http://web.philo.ulg.ac.be/islamo/frederic-bauden/
Sylvain Dhennin

Egyptologist. Ancient Scientific Fellow of the IFAO. Today CNRS Researcher at the Laboratory HiSoMA of the Maison de l’Orient et de la Méditerranée, Lyons. Head of the Archaeological mission of Kom Abou Billo (Terenouthis)

During Edu-Must Program, participation to the elaboration of the database of the selection of objects from the Educational Alexandria University Faculty of Arts Museum.

https://www.hisoma.mom.fr/annuaire/dhennin-sylvain
Delphine Dixneuf

Ceramologist. Ancient Scientific Fellow of the IFAO. Research Engineer of the Centre d’Études Alexandrines and from 2015 of the Laboratoire d’Archéologie Médiévale et Moderne en Méditerranée (UMR 7298) in Aix-en-Provence. Specialist in Late Roman and Medieval and Ottoman pottery.

During Edu-Must Program, participation to the elaboration of the database of the selection of objects from the Educational Alexandria University Faculty of Arts Museum.

http://la3m.cnrs.fr/pages/acteurs/dixneuf/dixneuf.php
Sandrine Élaigne

Ceramologist. Ancient scientific fellow of the IFPO. Today CNRS Researcher at the Laboratory ArAr of the Maison de l’Orient et de la Méditerranée, Lyons. Specialist in Greek and Roman Pottery.

During Edu-Must Program, participation to the elaboration of the database of the selection of objects from the Educational Alexandria University Faculty of Arts Museum.

https://www.arar.mom.fr/annuaire/elaigne-sandrine
Thomas Faucher

Numismat. Ancient Scientific Fellow of the IFAO. Today CNRS Researcher at the research laboratory IRAMAT-CRP2A, in Bordeaux.

During Edu-Must Program, participation to the elaboration of the database of the selection of objects from the Educational Alexandria University Faculty of Arts Museum.

https://cnrs.academia.edu/ThomasFaucher/
Esther Garel

Lecturer in Papyrology, Coptic Language and Archeology in the Strasbourg University.

During Edu-Must Program, participation to the elaboration of the database of the selection of objects from the Educational Alexandria University Faculty of Arts Museum.

http://archimede.unistra.fr/membres/membres-titulaires/esther-garel/
Anne-Marie Guimier-Sorbets

Emerita professor of Greek Archaeology and History of Art, Université de Paris–Nanterre (France). President of AIEMA (Association internationale d’ Étude de la Mosaïque antique). Studies: architecture and architectural decoration (mosaic, painting, stucco), mostly in domestic and funerary contexts, in Greece (Delos), Egypt (Alexandria) and Cyprus (Paphos), from the Hellenistic to the Imperial period.

During Edu-Must Program, participation to the elaboration of the database of the selection of objects from the Educational Alexandria University Faculty of Arts Museum.

http://www.arscan.fr/grec-systemes-information/equipe/anne-marie-guimier-sorbets/
Cécile Harlaut

Ceramologist. PhD-candidate in the VICI-project Innovating Objects. The Impact of Global Connections and the Formation of the Roman Empire (ca. 200 –30 BC) directed by Prof. Dr. Miguel John Versluys, where she is working on Alexandria and Ptolemaic Egypt.

During Edu-Must Program, participation to the elaboration of the database of the selection of objects from the Educational Alexandria University Faculty of Arts Museum.

https://www.universiteitleiden.nl/en/staffmembers/cecile-harlaut#tab-1
François Queyrel

Directeur d'études. Section des Sciences Historiques et Philologiques. École Pratique des Hautes Études, Paris. Specialist of Greek sculpture.

During Edu-Must Program, participation to the elaboration of the database of the selection of objects from the Educational Alexandria University Faculty of Arts Museum.

https://www.ephe.fr/ecole/nos-enseignants-chercheurs/francois-queyrel

Musée royal de Mariemont - MRM

Marie-Cécile Bruwier

Marie-Cécile Bruwier (PhD) is Honorary Director of the Musée Royal de Mariemont (Belgium), and is specialized in New Kingdom funerary iconography and in funerary furniture of the Ptolemaic period. She also published several books and papers about ancient travel accounts in Egypt and the history of Egyptology, and co-edited a book about Heliopolis and the building of the Palace Empain in Heliopolis.

She has been a lecturer at the Université Catholique de Louvain-la-Neuve and curator of many exhibitions mostly in Mariemont but also in Namur, Mons and Brussels. She has conducted archaeological research in Smouha (Alexandria) in cooperation with the Centre d’Études Alexandrines.

Arnaud Quertinmont

Arnaud Quertinmont (PhD) is curator of the Department of Egyptian Antiquities at the Musée royal de Mariemont (Belgium) since 2006, and specialized in iconography of hybrid deities, mostly canids (Anubis, Upuaut…) and in meroitic cultures. He curated the exhibition: Dieux, génies, démons en Égypte ancienne (2016), De Lin et de laine, Textile égyptiens du 1er millénaire (2019) and edited the accompanying catalogue. He is co-editor of the books La Description de l’Égypte de Jean-Jacques Rifaud (1813-1826) and Sur le chemin du Mouseion d’Alexandrie. Études offertes à Marie-Cécile Bruwier (2018).

University of Southampton - SOTON

Ziad M. Morsy

Ziad M. Morsy, PhD candidate at the Centre for maritime archaeology, Faculty of Arts and Humanities, University of Southampton, UK. He completed his Maters in Maritime Archaeology at Alexandria University – Egypt where he has participated in several Tempus and ERASMUS + funded project all related to use of 3D technology in the documentation and the presentation of Cultural Heritage, both terrestrial and underwater. His research interests are in the areas of Maritime archaeology, maritime ethnography, boat building tradition and 3D documentation of cultural heritage sites. He is the co-founder of Diving into the Past, an initiative using modern VR and 3D technologies to present Egyptian underwater cultural heritage to the public.

www.divingintothepast.weebly.com
Stephanie L. Blankshein

Stephanie Blankshein is a PhD candidate within the Centre for Maritime Archaeology at the University of Southampton. She has an MSc in Maritime Archaeology from the University of Southampton and an MFA in Historic Preservation for the Savannah College of Art and Design. She is specialised in digital and computational methodologies, including the use of Geographic Information Systems, photogrammetry and Virtual Reality, for both research and dissemination and is experienced in supervising and teaching terrestrial and underwater fieldwork techniques. Her research interests are focused on the nature and transmission of a distinct cultural identity along the Atlantic façade of Europe, utilising innovative inter-disciplinary approaches applied to both archaeological and palaeoenvironmental records.

Fraser Sturt

Fraser is a professor of Archaeology at the University of Southampton. He specialises in computational approaches to the past, 4D data capture and interpretation. This interest extends out into how these technologies can make archaeological materials and understanding more accessible and transform the way we carry out education.

Ecole du Louvre

Natacha Pernac

Academic Director, Ecole du Louvre

An art historian specialized in Italian Renaissance, Natacha Pernac has prepared a PhD in Paris Sorbonne University (2009) and works on Quattrocento and Cinquecento Painting and Decorative Arts and on Artistic Interactions (Cinema & Museums). Assistant teacher in Aix-Marseille, Amiens, Lyon, and Lille universities (2004-2010), she has also been the scientific assistant of Pierre Rosenberg, former President-Director of the Louvre Museum and has been involved in the training of future curators and restorers. Since 2012, she is Associate Professor in Art History in Paris-Nanterre University where she has coordinated international exchanges and has been the vice-director of the Art History and Archeology Department. Academic Director of the Ecole du Louvre since 2016, for the Ministry of Culture, she works on pedagogical issues concerning Museology and Heritage fields. During Edu-Must Program, she has participated to the management committees and reportings, has worked with the Ministry of Antiquities on the survey about the Current Skills and Learning Needs of Egyptian and French Museum Professionals, then has conceived and organized two learning sessions on Museology for Ecole du Louvre in Paris (Museum Management, Collections management, Museography and Display) and in Cairo with Helwan University (Audience development in Museums and Mediation of Archaeology).

Delphine Cayrel

Head of the International Departement, Ecole du Louvre

A graduate in Art History and Heritage, Delphine Cayrel has been working in the international cooperation field for 15 years, first in the diplomatic sector while living abroad in North America, then in France. From 2008 to 2015 she worked for the French Ministry of Education and was in charge of an exchange programme involving 60 countries and 7000 students every year. In 2016, she joined the Ministry of Culture and became the Head of the International Departement of the Ecole du Louvre. During Edu-Must Program, she has participated to the management committees, has worked on the project reportings and has organized two learning sessions on Museology for Ecole du Louvre in Paris (Museum Management, Collections management, Museography and Display) and in Cairo with Helwan University (Audience development in Museums and Mediation of Archaeology).

Claire Barbillon

Director, Ecole du Louvre

An art historian specialized in the historiography of late nineteenth century sculpture, she began her career at the Musée d'Orsay. As a researcher for the National Institute of Art History (INHA) and a professor at the University of Bordeaux III, she was also appointed Academic Director of the Ecole du Louvre (2003-2011). Associate Professor in History of Contemporary Art at Paris Nanterre University and professor at the Ecole du Louvre, she was appointed Professor of History of Contemporary Art in Poitiers University (2014). In 2015, she joined the research team of the Ecole du Louvre as Director and was appointed member of the Scientific Council of the INHA. She became in december 2017 director of the Ecole du Louvre. During Edu-Must Program, she has introduced for the Ecole du Louvre the learning session organized in Paris on « French Museology ».

Venera Nikogosian

Assistant for mobility, International Departement, Ecole du Louvre

Diplomated in translation and intercultural communication in Kolomna University (Russia), and granted from the french government, she graduated in Cultural Mediation and Educative Mobility in the University of Caen. During Edu-Must Program, she has worked on the project’s mi-term reporting and has contributed to the organization of learning session on Museology for Ecole du Louvre in Paris.

Claire Merleau-Ponty

Teacher-researcher in museology, Ecole du Louvre

A museologist, Claire Merleau Ponty created and co-managed the Musée en Herbe with Sylvie Girardet in Paris from 1975: since then, several millions of children have come to discover art and sciences there by having fun. She travelled a lot and lived in Australia and in New Caledonia, where she was Head of the Public department of the Center Tjibaou (Nouméa). She worked as Head of the Cultural Department in the Musée Guimet (national museum for Asian arts) in Paris, then at the Cultural Service of the musée national des arts d'Afrique et d'Océanie. From 2006 to 2012, she was head of the International relations Service of Ecole du Louvre. There, she contributed to the development of an active policy of partnerships and collaborations with different Europeans and extra-European institutions. With the Summer International Seminar of Museology (SIEM), she created a fertile meeting for advanced students and young museum professionals, and she publishes regularly on these. A former general secretary of ICOM France, she has conceived exhibitions and has written books for children. Now, she is the coordinator of the Master’s Degree in Mediation at the Ecole du Louvre with Frédérique Leseur.

During Edu-Must Program, she has teached for the Ecole du Louvre during the learning session organized in Paris on « Mediation and Exhibition Workshop ».

Musée du Louvre

Caroline Biro

Head of Registration, département des antiquités égyptiennes, Musée du Louvre

Estelle Monna

Registrar, département des antiquités égyptiennes, Musée du Louvre

Graduated in Museology from the Ecole du Louvre and in Archeology of the Middle East from Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne, Caroline Biro worked as a museum documentalist, as a specialist of inventory for the Ministry of Culture before to become in 2014 the head of Registration in the Egyptian Department. She also has developed since 1997 a teaching activity, in the Archeology of Ancient Orient (Ecole du Louvre) and for the Master diploma in Registration in Amiens University.

Graduated in Museology and Registration from the Ecole du Louvre (2016), Estelle Mona is registrar in the Musée du Louvre after an internship in Musée d’Orsay.

During Edu-Must Program, they have proposed for the Ecole du Louvre a workshop on « Collections management of Egyptian mummies » during the learning session organized in Paris.

Fabrice Douar

Chief editor, Mediation and Cultural Programs Department, Musée du Louvre

Fabrice Douar is chief editor for the service of the mediation and cultural programming of the Musée du Louvre. Creator and director of the editorial collection Comic strips in the museum, he curated the exhibition "The Small Intention" (2009) and, with Jean-Luc Martinez, President-Director of the Louvre Museum, of the exhibition "Archaeology goes graphic", currently in view in the Musée du Louvre.

During Edu-Must Program, he has teached for the Ecole du Louvre during the learning session organized in Paris on « Museography, Display and Mediation».

Clio Karageorghis

Architect, Musée du Louvre

A state qualified Architect, Clio Karageorghis has been in charge of signage systems and of the museographic spaces of the Musée d'Orsay (1983-1986). As a Head of the Signage and Graphic design Service for the Grand Louvre, at that time within the Architecture and Museography Department, she took part in the realization of numerous temporary exhibitions of the Musée du Louvre from 1986 till 2015. Since 2015, she is a consultant architect for the Musée du Louvre. During Edu-Must Program, she has teached for the Ecole du Louvre during the learning session organized in Paris on « Museography and Display ».

Danièle Kriser

Documentalist, Documentation of Paintings department, Musée du Louvre

During Edu-Must Program, she has proposed for the Ecole du Louvre a workshop on « the Painting Documentation of the Louvre Museum » during the learning session organized in Paris.

Ludovic Laugier

Curator of the Greek Sculptures, Greek, Etruscan and Roman Antiquities Department, Musée du Louvre

Having worked successively as a researcher and as a curator in the Greek, Etruscan and Roman Antiquities Department of the Louvre, Ludovic Laugier was one of the three curators who worked on the restoration (completed in the summer of 2014) of the Victory of Samothrace, alongside Marianne Hamiaux and Jean-Luc Martinez. He contributed particularly to the following exhibitions: Civilisations oubliées de l’Anatomie antique (Musée d'Aquitaine, Bordeaux, 2010), De l’Egypte à Pompéi : le cabinet d’antiques du duc d’Aumale (Musée Condé, Château de Chantilly, 2002), D’Izmir à Smyrne, découverte d’une cité antique (Paris, Musée du Louvre, 2009). He has just completed the exhibition L’art du portrait dans les collections du Louvre (2018), Tokyo, National Art Center. During Edu-Must Program, he has teached for the Ecole du Louvre during the learning session organized in Paris on « Collections management, Museography and Display ».

Yann Le Touher

Deputy Director of Development, Commercial Partnerships and Brand, Musée du Louvre

Yann Le Touher is a specialist in sponsorship in Parisian museums. After graduating from the ESSEC (School of commercial and economic sciences), he began his career within the Louvre, in charge of sponsorship companies in the Islamic Arts Department. Then, he crossed the Seine to go to the Musée d'Orsay, where he became head of sponsorship, then worked at the Centre Pompidou as head of sponsorship and partnerships. He was, until 2016, the head of the Sponsorship service of the RMN Grand Palais and is now in charge, within the External relations direction of the Louvre, of defining and implementing a new strategy of sponsorship, both in France and on the international stage, of optimizing the concessions of the Louvre and Tuileries domain, and of promoting the « Louvre » brand through partnerships and products echoing the values of the museum During Edu-Must Program, he has teached for the Ecole du Louvre during the learning session organized in Paris on « Museum management, Fundraising and Marketing for museums ».

Yannick Lintz

Director of the Islamic Art Department, Musée du Louvre

A general curator, head of the physical inventory service within General Direction of the Musée du Louvre from 2004 until 2013, Yannick Lintz worked as a museums and cultural heritage advisor for Jack Lang (then Minister for Education) as part of the Arts and Culture plan. She managed the Fine Arts Museum in Agen (in the South of France). A specialist of Oriental art, particularly from the Anatolian area, Yannick Lintz became in 2013 the head of the Islamic Arts department of the Musée du Louvre, created in 2012. She curated the great exhibition on medieval Morocco (2014) in the Louvre and has published a study on Antinoé: mummies, textiles, ceramics and other antiques. She has been professor in the field of Heritage Studies and Cultural Mediation in the Université Paris 1 and she has taught on these same themes in the Senghor University in Alexandria.

During Edu-Must Program, she has participated during the learning session organized in Paris on « Museal projects between the Louvre and Egypt ».

Vincent Rondot

Director of the Egyptian Antiquities Department, Musée du Louvre

Researcher for the CNRS in Lille III (National Center for Scientific Research), director of the French Section of the Antiquities of Sudan (SFDAS) from 2005 to 2009, he is currently the President of the International Company of the Nubian Studies (since 2010). Initially a scientific member of the French Institute of Oriental archaeology of Cairo (IFAO, 1988-1992), he joined the department of the Egyptian antiquities of the Louvre (1993-1997) and gets involved in the project "Grand Louvre" as member of the team in charge of collections. As First class Researcher from 1997, he pursued his work at the CNRS took the direction of the SFDAS in 2004. In the Sudan, he notably managed the excavations of the Meroitic site of El-Hassa. He is since 2014 the head of the Egyptian antiquities department of the Louvre, taking over from Guillemette Andreu-Lanoë. His research covers the theology of Amon in the New Empire in Karnak and in the Meroitic period in the Sudan, as well as religion and the cults in Greco-Roman Fayoum.

During Edu-Must Program, he has participated to a meeting with the participants during the learning session organized in Paris on « Museal projects between the Louvre and Egypt ».

Fabrice Denise

Director of the Musée d’Histoire of Marseille

From 1999 to 2017, Fabrice Denise has been a curator in the Musée départemental de l’Arles antique (France) where, directing the Department of publics, he was in charge of the cultural and educative programing, of the valorisation of the researches, of the partnerships and of the visitors, especially during the excavations of a important roman boat and site in the Rhône river ; trained as an historian and archeologist, he has entered the Arles Museum after a mission in the General Inspection of the French Museums. He has recently codirected with Daniel Jacobi a book on the Mediations of archeology (Médiations de l’archéologie, éditions universitaires de Dijon, Ocim, 2017). Since 2018, as a Chief Curator, he is the Director of the Musée d’Histoire de Marseille where he is reorganizing the site museum within the city center after the recent renovation of the History Museum. He is engaged as President in Museomix, an annual meeting proposing a collaborative and associative project for innovations and digital development in museums for mediation at the benefice of all audiences.

During Edu-Must, he has teached for the Ecole du Louvre for the learning session organized on Audience development in Museums and Mediation of Archaeology in Cairo (with Helwan University).

Laurent Strippoli

Archeologist, in charge of the Cultural Development, Service Archéologique de la Ville de Lyon

Archeologist, head of operations and in charge of the communication between 2006 and 2012 in the Service Archéologique de la Ville de Lyon (France), Laurent Strippoli has choosen since 2013 to be specialized in the cultural development and to valorize the professional expertise of archeology by diffusing its technics, methods and occupations for all audiences, by sharing with the public the results of preventive conservation campaigns realized on the territory of his town, Lyon. In this perspective, he has build many actions in partnership with other institutions, with the actors of popular education or of the national education services for and with the inhabitants, pupils : learning sessions, exhibitions, collaborative projects, promenades, visits, etc. He is engaged in Museomix, an annual meeting proposing a collaborative and associative project for innovations and digital development in museums for mediation at the benefice of all audiences.

During Edu-Must, he has teached for the Ecole du Louvre for the learning session organized on Audience development in Museums and Mediation of Archaeology in Cairo (with Helwan University).

Isabelle Bardies-Fronty

Chief Curator, Musée de Cluny

After studies in history and history of art in Paris (Ecole du Louvre and Université Paris-I Sorbonne), she became a Curator in 1995. After completing her training at the Ecole Nationale du Patrimoine (INP), Isabelle Bardies-Fronty was appointed Curator in the Museums of Metz where she took over the scientific management of collections : she has organized several exhibitions, among which "Metz-Nancy, Nancy-Metz" (1999), "Le Chemin des reliques" (2000), "Auguste Migette" (2002), and "De la Lorraine" (2004). In 2007, she was appointed Curator in the musée de Cluny (Museum of the Middle Ages, Thermal baths and Hotel of Cluny), in charge of the ancient monuments, of the collections of Antiquity and early Middle Ages, and of medieval Byzantine, Islamic and archaeological collections. In this context, she has organized the following exhibitions : Le Bain et le Miroir. Soins du corps et cosmétiques de l'Antiquité à la Renaissance (2009), Art du jeu - jeu dans l’art. De Babylone à l’Occident médiéval (2012), and Les Temps mérovingiens (2016) ; she currently takes part in the museum’s renovation project.

During Edu-Must Program, she has teached for the Ecole du Louvre during the learning session organized in Paris on « Museum Management ».

Florence Bertin

Head of the collections department, Musée des arts décoratifs

A conservator specialized in the techniques of metal, Florence Bertin managed a laboratory for preservation and conservation in Compiègne for twenty years. In 2001, she joined the C2RMF (Center of Research and Restoration of the French Museums) as a conservation consultant, and, from 2006 to 2013, she coordinated the course "Conservation-Restoration and Preservation-Conservation" at the Institut National du Patrimoine (INP), where she became assistant director in 2009. She has also offered her experience to numerous foreign institutions, from the United Arab Emirates and Indonesia, to Serbia and Morocco, for the organization of trainings dedicated to professionals of the preservation. Head of the department the Restoration and Preventive Conservation in the Musée des Arts décoratifs, then recently head of the collections department, Florence Bertin is in charge of the programs and restoration work of the museum’s 800 000 pieces, as well as reflecting on their implementation and on the various protocols used.

During Edu-Must Program, she has teached for the Ecole du Louvre during the learning session organized in Paris on « Collections management and Preventive Conservation».

Alessia Bonannini

Exhibition Manager, INRAP (National Institute of Preventive and Archeological Research)

With a background in museology (Ecole du Louvre, Washington University) and humanities (Università degli Studi, Venezia), she has an extensive experience in museum planning/ interpretive planning, interfacing content and design at the early stages of new museum projects or renovations. During Edu-Must Program, she has teached for the Ecole du Louvre during the learning session organized in Paris on « Mediation and archeology».

Laure Cadot

Restorer of ethnographical objects, organic materials and human rests

With a Diploma of applied research and of Museology Diploma from the Ecole du Louvre, Laure Cadot is an art historian, an independent conservator for ethnographical objects, and more particularly, of human remains and organic pigments. She is in particular the author of the book En chair et en os: le cadavre au musée (Of flesh and bone: the body in the museum) published by the Réunion des musées nationaux publications.

During Edu-Must Program, she has teached for the Ecole du Louvre during the learning session organized in Paris on « Collections management and Preventive Conservation».

Catherine Chevillot

Director of the Musée Rodin, General Curator

After completing a graduate degree in contemporary and modern art history on Emmanuel Frémiet, Catherine Chevillot passed the competitive exam for curators and entered the Ecole Nationale du Patrimoine in 1986. From 1988 to 1990, she worked as a curator in Grenoble, acting as deputy head of the museum, before working at the Musée d’Orsay as a curator specialized in sculpture between 1990 and 1996. After several years at the C2RMF (Center of Research and Restoration of the French Museums), directing the sculpture department, Catherine Chevillot returned to the Musée d’Orsay in 2003, where she became chief curator for sculpture in 2008. As an author of articles and essays devoted essentially to 19th century sculpture, she has studied for her PhD Parisian sculpture in 1900-1914 and has also curated (and co-curated) several exhibitions on this subject, most notably the retrospectives on Emmanuel Frémiet (1988), Denys Puech (1992), François Pompon (1994), Préault (1997), Degas sculpteur in Roubaix (2010), and more recently Oublier Rodin (2009, Musée d’Orsay). Since she was appointed director of the Musée Rodin in 2012, Catherine Chevillot has re-organized the museography of the museum inside the Biron Hotel (2012-2015) and has celebrated the centenary exhibition of Rodin (2017). She has collaborated to the collective project « A nos grands hommes » (database of 5000 sculpted monuments, online).

During Edu-Must Program, she has teached for the Ecole du Louvre during the learning session organized in Paris on « Museum Management ».

Aurélie Clemente-Ruiz

Head of Exhibition Department, Institut du Monde Arabe (IMA)

After graduating from the Ecole du Louvre, Aurélie Clemente-Ruiz became head of collections and exhibitions in the museum of the Institute of the Arab World (IMA) in 2001. She has created numerous exhibitions organized by the Institute these last years, such as "Bonaparte and Egypt" in 2009, the "Arts of the Islam" in 2010 (in association with Eric Delpont) or even more recently the exhibition "Jamel Prize", dedicated to the contemporary art of Islamic inspiration. She is since 2012 the Head of the exhibitions department of the IMA and she has been teaching since 2006 in the fields of museology, cultural project management for museums and the history of Islamic art.

During Edu-Must Program, she has teached for the Ecole du Louvre during the learning session organized in Paris on « Museography, Display and Digital Mediation».

Patricia dal Prà

Textile restorer

A holder of a Master degree in Science and Techniques of Preservation and Restoration of the cultural heritage of the university Paris I, and of a Master’s degree in Preventive Conservation from the same university, Patricia Dal-Prà is an independent qualified restorer of textiles. She is in charge of the Textile specialism in the INP (Institut National du Patrimoine, restoration department). During Edu-Must Program, she has teached for the Ecole du Louvre during the learning session organized in Paris on « Collections management and Preventive Conservation».

Dominique Farout

Egyptologue and philologist, School of the Louvre/Institute Khéops

A PhD holder in Egyptology from the École Pratique des Hautes Études (« The notion of monument in the Pharaonic ideology »), Dominique Farout has been teaching Egyptian languages and civilization in the Institut Khéops since 1987, at the Ecole du Louvre since 1991, at the École Normale Supérieure d’Ulm since 1996 and at the Catholic Institute of Paris since 2009. He is also an associate researcher, member of PLH-CRATA, at the university Jean-Jaurès of Toulouse. He published recently "De la Renaissance à la Restauration : quelques étapes du déchiffrement des hiéroglyphes », Les Cahiers de l’École du Louvre, 9, 2016.

During Edu-Must Program, he has teached for the Ecole du Louvre during the learning session organized in Paris on « Epigraphy and Mediation».

Éléonore Kissel

Head of the Conservation-Restoration Unit, Collections Management and Conservation Service, Musée du Quai Branly - Jacques Chirac.

Initially a restorer for graphic arts, Eléonore Kissel worked as a consultant for about twenty years in the field of preventive conservation. She is currently at the head of the Conservation-Restoration Unit within the Collections Management and Conservation Service at the Musée du Quai Branly – Jacques Chirac.

During Edu-Must Program, she has teached for the Ecole du Louvre during the learning session organized in Paris on « Collections management and Preventive Conservation».

Sébastien Magro

Deputy head for Digital department, Quai Branly Museum

After studies in graphic design and art history, Sébastien Magro obtained a Master's degree in the science of exhibitions. As a documentalist, iconographer, then graphic designer in Montreal, he worked on his return in France on communication media for the MUCEM and was a deputy curator in the Decorative arts Museum. He joined the Quai Branly Museum in 2012, first as an officer in charge of new media projects, and today, as deputy head of the digital development service: his missions are dedicated to social networks and open data platforms, and he studies the practices connected to the digital technology in the cultural institutions. He has been teaching in the « Museology and new media » Master's degree of Paris 3 University since 2014 and, to complete his field of expertise, he id currently preparing a Master's degree specialized in journalism at the CELSA. His work is centered on the influence of the digital tools on museums.

During Edu-Must Program, he has teached for the Ecole du Louvre during the learning session organized in Paris on « Museum organisation, social medias and digital communication for museums».

Odile Michel

Head registrar, collected and international exhibitions manager, Musée d'Orsay

Trained as an analyst in documentary research, specializing in Museum Registration, Odile Michel was a coordinator of exhibitions and a collections registrar at the musée Picasso in Paris until 2001. She was in charge of studies for the Regional Preservation of the Historic Monuments of the DRAC (General direction of Cultural Affairs) Ile-de-France during two years. She is since 2003 the head registrar of the Musée d'Orsay, in charge of internal loans, the security of the artworks as well as horizontal projects (emergency preservation plan, loans for international exhibitions). Meanwhile, she has taught at the CIPAC, at the Ecole du Louvre, and acts as a jury member for various competitive exams organized by the Ministry of Culture.

During Edu-Must Program, she has teached for the Ecole du Louvre during the learning session organized in Paris on « Collections management and Registration ».

Christophe Monin

Director of Sponsorship and Development, Philharmonie de Paris

Trained in Management, Christophe Monin was head of Communications at the Musée du Louvre (1988-2002), then director of Development and Sponsorship. He accompanied the development of the loyalty programs of the visitors, the implementation of a donors' network and the fundraising for the museum projects. He has been working since 2014 as director for Sponsorship and Development at the Cité de la Musique / Philharmonie de Paris. He teaches marketing and communications for the cultural heritage sector at the Ecole du Louvre.

During Edu-Must Program, he has teached for the Ecole du Louvre during the learning session organized in Paris on « Museum management, Fundraising and Marketing for museums ».

Adeline Rispal

Architect & scenographer

Having obtained an DPLG architect diploma in Paris (1981), Adeline Rispal began her career with Jean Nouvel at the direction of architectural projects (with Jean-Jacques Raynaud and Antoinette Robain) and worked on the museographic project in the Institut du Monde Arabe (1982-1988). In 1990, she cofounded the Repérages Architectures Agency with Jean-Jacques Raynaud, Louis Tournoux and Jean-Michel Laterrade, which she managed from 1996. In 2010, she cofounded the Adeline Rispal Studio. She dedicates herself to the design of complex cultural and heritage projects. Her works include the definition of clients’aims in the architectural, museographic and scenographic realization of the projects. She works in France, Europe, Russia, United States and in the Arab world (Egypt, Lebanon, Libya, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Saudi Arabia).

During Edu-Must Program, she has teached for the Ecole du Louvre during the learning session organized in Paris on « Museography and Display ».

Martine Thomas Bourgneuf

Museologist

After studying mathematics and political science (Sciences-Po Paris), Martine Thomas Bourgneuf became an editor at Bordas-Dunod and began to conceive exhibitions as an assistant curator. Her experience as curator emerged in the Museum of Science and Industry for two temporary exhibitions: L’Homme réparé (The Repaired Man) and La Vigne et le Vin (The vineyard and wine) in 1988. Since 1989, she is an independent museographer in highly varied contexts, in France or abroad, participating in project management, pre-projects, and editorial missions… Among her realizations : the Museum of the Pont du Gard in 2001, the Guillaume Apollinaire Museum in 2002 (Belgium), Bank Al Maghrib's Museum in Rabat (Marocco) (2009), the Museum of Alba-la-Romaine (2013), the Trésors engloutis d’Egypte exhibition (Submerged treasures of Egypt, Grand Palais, 2007), the Osiris exhibition (Institut du Monde Arabe, 2015). She is currently working for a new Cité de l’économie, in Paris.

During Edu-Must Program, she has teached for the Ecole du Louvre during the learning session organized in Paris on « Museography and Display ».

Université Française d'Egypte - UFE

Fekri Hassan

Professor Hassan is Director of established Egypt’s first higher education program in Cultural Heritage Management at the French University in Egypt. He is Emeritus Petrie Professor of Archaeology at the Institute of Archaeology, University College London (commencing 1994 to become emeritus Petrie Professor in 2008). He has a B.Sc. degree in Geology and Chemistry (1966) and an M.Sc. in Geology, both from Faculty of Science, Ain Shams University, and a Ph.D. in Anthropology (Archaeology) from Southern Methodist University, USA (1973). He joined Washington State University in 1975 and was appointed full professor in 1983. In 1988-1989, he was archaeology advisor to the Minister of Culture Egypt, and senior consultant to the National Center for the Documentation of Cultural and Natural Heritage (CULTNAT). He served as Vice-President of “World Archaeology Congress”, and President of the “Water History Association”. He was editor of “African Archaeological Review” and serves on the editorial board of many scientific journals. Member of Committee for Scientific Knowledge, of the Egyptian Scientific Research and Technology . Hassan has contributed more than 250 publications in prehistoric archaeology, geoarchaeology, demographic archaeology, water history, archaeological theory and cultural heritage management. In the latter field, he edited CULTNAT’s, “Strategic Approach to Egypt's Cultural Heritage” (http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/34980432?selectedversion=NBD43699328), and co-edited “Cultural Heritage and Development in the Arab World” (Bibliotheca Alexandrina).

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Gehane Nabil Zaki

Holder of a Master's degree in Cultural Heritage Management. University Paris 1 Panthéon – Sorbonne, Paris, France.

PhD Candidate in Heritage and Museum Studies. Helwan University, Faculty of Tourism and Hotel Management, Heritage and Museum Studies Program, Cairo, Egypt.

Freelance storyteller of history and heritage, creating and performing many per- formative storytelling events. Story writer, having developed many fact-based and fictional stories related to history, intangible and under-water heritage. Director of the Grand Egyptian Museum Education Center.UNESCO Expert of the 2003 Convention for the Safeguarding of Intangible Cultural Heritage.

Mohamed Gamal Rashed

Dr. Mohamed Gamal RASHED is Board member of ICOM CIPEG: The International Committee for Egyptian Collections under the International Council of Museums. He is also an expert and lecturer in Museums Studies and Egyptology; and a Co-editorial for the CIPEG Journal https://journals.ub.uni-heidelberg.de/index.php/cipeg/about/editorialTeam.

Dr. RASHED hold several curatorial and management position at the Egyptian Museum (EMC) and the Grand Egyptian Museum (GEM). He was the Director of Museum Exhibition at the GEM and EMC as well as the Museum sector under the Ministry of Antiquities in Egypt. Dr. RASHED has also acted on multiple occasions as the Visiting Professor and Invited Lecturer in different academic institutes around Egypt; including FUE, Helwan University, Misr University.

He is the recipient of the Chevening Clore Leadership Fellowship award in the culture field (2017/2018); The Egypt Exploration Society in 2014; the DAAD Post doctorate Scholarship in 2013; and the USAID Postdoctorate Scholarship in 2012.

Dr. RASHED got his PhD. in Egyptology from Cairo University (2010); Postdoctorate in Museum Studies as a curatorial follow of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and IFA-NYU, NY (2012); a Post-doctorate in Egyptology from Johannes Gutenberg University, Mainz, Germany (2013). Dr. RASHED has authored over 30 scientific publications.

Damanhour University

Abir Kassem

Professor and Head of Greek & Roman Archaeology department, her PhD. Was in Roman ARCHITECTURE and the master was on Roman MOSAIC . She worked also as peer reviewer for Quality Control System in Egyptian Universities , as well as strategic expert in Higher Education in Egypt . She has got a diploma in Strategic Planning for Higher Education from IIEP , Unesco Paris 2008.

She took part in different Erasmus projects as VIRCULT ( Tempus Project ) , EDUMUST project and the last one RE-HEED project.

She has published more than 17 articles in Arabic , English & French languages in the field of Archaeology and Sites Conservation and participated in International conferences.

She teaches courses in Arabic , French and English such as Excavations & Museums , Archaeological Sites , Greek Sculpture , Roman Architecture , Alexandria Civilization , Painting & Mosaic , Macedonian History and Archaeology ...

She is a supervisor on many students in Master degree and PHD too.

Hanan El Shafei

Dean of the Faculty of Arts, Damanhour University .

She is also Professor of Greek & Roman Archaeology department , her PhD. Was in Greek Sculpture in Egypt , and her master was on Greek pottery . She has attended many courses in Development of Academic staff .

She was vice dean and Ex-director of Languages center in Damanhour University.

She has published 12 articles in the field of Archaeology and participated in conferences. She has participated also in VirCult project.

She teaches courses such as Introduction to Archaeology , Greek Potery , Greek Coins , Archaeology of Egypt in Ptolemaic & Roman Period , Greek Legends , Alexandrian Coins.

She is a supervisor on many students in Master and PhD degree.

Samah El Sawy

Vice Dean of Faculty of Arts , Damanhour University.

Professor in Greek & Roman Archaeology department, her PhD. Was in Byzantine Art , and the master was on Byzantine Mosaic .

She is a director of FLDC Center.

She is also a professional trainer as she got a TOT license. She has published more than 12 articles in the field of Archaeology and participated in conferences.

She has participated also in the project of VirCult.

She teaches courses such as Coptic Art , Alexandrian Archaeology , Archaeology of Aegian Sea , Roman Architecture , Byzantine Art , Roman Coins.

She is a supervisor on many students in Master degree and PhD.